A drink that reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease has been named

(ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from Australia have studied the beneficial properties of coffee.

It turned out that this drink is an excellent prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. Therefore, those people who drink coffee every day are less likely to get this disease in old age.

Alzheimer’s is an incurable form of dementia, but if you regularly drink coffee , you can minimize the risk of developing this disease.

Coffee addicts are less prone to changes in the areas of the brain that are responsible for executive functions (planning, self-control and attention).

With Alzheimer’s, beta-amyloid sticks together in the brain and plaques are formed. If you regularly drink brewed or instant coffee, this process proceeds much more slowly.

Scientists studied the cognitive abilities of 227 people. None of them had dementia. The health of these subjects was observed for 126 months.

Volunteers were analyzed for the connection between coffee consumption and deterioration of cognitive abilities.

Patients who drank a lot of coffee had a lower risk of developing dementia. Coffee prevented the accumulation of beta-amyloids and did not affect the reduction of the hippocampus.

Previous studies have shown that unrefined caffeine prevents memory loss.

Processed coffee does not contain this substance, but there are cafeestol, kahveol and eicosanoyl-5-hydroxytryptamide. They also improve memory.

Scientists decided to find out how much coffee a person should drink a day to stay healthy. Two cups a day was found to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by 8% within 6 months.

But what scientists do not recommend is drinking coffee on an empty stomach, because the drink will not affect the reduction of cortisol in the blood, and you will be irritated and unfocused.

Better to have breakfast first.

Now scientists want to find out how to brew coffee so that it is more effective. It is such seemingly ridiculous research that helps find cures for complex, deadly diseases


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